Greig Roselli, High School English and Ethics Teacher
New York, New York
Curriculum VitaePROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Garden School, New York, NY
High School English Teacher, 2016 - Current
- Teach English, Ethics, and ESL as part of the school’s Upper Division curriculum in the Jackson Heights neighborhood of Queens.
- Edit and distribute the weekly newsletter for the school.
- Coordinate English language learning opportunities, field trips, and academic advisement for the school’s international student cohort (7-12).
6th Grade Humanities Teacher, 2015 - 2016
- Taught Sixth Grade English Language Arts, History, Reading, and Writing at an independent, no-tuition school in Harlem.
- Served as the Sixth Grade homeroom teacher.
Enrichment Zone Tutor, 2014 - 2015
- Tutored grades 1-8 during an after-school program run by the New York Public Library at both the Bronx Library Center, Hunt’s Point, and Francis Martin libraries.
Adjunct Instructor, 2011 - 2014
- Taught survey courses in Ethics and History of Philosophy at a two-year private school to traditional and nontraditional college students in Brooklyn and Mid-Manhattan.
Math and English Instructor, 2010 - 2011
- Taught English and Maths to primary school students at a private yeshiva whose Hasidic student population primarily spoke Yiddish at home and in their religious classes.
English Instructor, 2008 - 2010
- Designed and taught courses in World Literature and American Literature for Ninth and Eleventh-grade high school students, respectively.
- Directed high school productions of Neil Simon’s Lost in Yonkers and Frank Levy’s The Sword in the Stone.
Bibliographer for Religion, and Philosophy 2002 - 2008
- Created curriculum-based bibliographies and pathfinders for religion and philosophy courses for faculty and students and aided philosophy students in philosophical and theological research.
- Guest lectured an Information Literacy class and designed library instructional materials and served on the school’s accreditation committee for SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools)
Saint Joseph Seminary College, 2002
—B.A., Liberal Arts with Major in Philosophy
K.U. Leuven, Belgium, 2001
— Ph.B., Philosophy
New School for Social Research, The New School University, New York, 2012 — M.A., Philosophy
Southeastern Louisiana University, 2009
— M.A., English, 2005
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Scholar, Amherst College, Summer 2019
New School for Social Research Tuition Scholarship 2010 - 2012
Southeastern Louisiana University Travel Grant 2006 - 2007
Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Memorial Fund Dorothy Prize 2005
Father Michael J. McGivney Vocations Scholarship 2004 - 2005
DeRancé Foundation Scholarship for Philosophy 2000 - 2001
ADDITIONAL GRADUATE SCHOOL COURSEWORK AND CERTIFICATIONS:
School of Theology, Notre Dame Seminary
New Orleans, LA, 2004 - 2005
- Completed 32 credit hours towards the completion of an M.A., Theology
Adv. Certification in Adolescent English, CUNY Hunter College
(2020 - Currently Completing)
- A student at Hunter College's School of Education working on my advanced certification in teaching Adolescent English (grades 7 - 12)
Certification expires in April 2023. Google Apps Certification Program. Google for Education Certification Programs.
NewsELA Certified Educator
5 Hours of Professional Development. Certification expires in April 2023. Certified Educator Program. NewsELA Educator Center. Newsela.com.
COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTIONS AND SOCIAL ACTIVISM
One-on-One and Group Tutoring, Jackson Heights, NY 2017 - Current
- Tutored one-on-one and in groups, kids from the neighborhood (in Math, Language Arts, and Test-prep)
- Staff a public mobile library in public places around the city.
- Partner with my local school’s Key Club to recruit teen volunteers.
- Co-Director of an urban book recycle and redistribution program.
- Distributed 500 donated books monthly to New Yorkers at designated subway stations and parks.
- Assisted in baking and delivering 2,000 loaves of bread each week for the hungry; and, distributed the bread to designated charitable organizations in the greater New Orleans area.
“Intermediate Google Classroom Workshop” for classroom teachers. Garden School, Jackson Heights, Queens, New York, New York, 2020.
“Teaching English Language Learners Across the Curriculum: Tips and Strategies,” Garden School Teacher-Driven Workshop, New York, New York, 2018
“Being on the Spectrum and Why it Matters,” an article published on Noodle.com, May 2010
“Using Google Docs in the Classroom,” De La Salle High School Spring Faculty Professional Development Workshop, New Orleans, LA, 2010.
“Effective Search Strategies on the Internet,” De La Salle High School Fall Faculty Professional Development Workshop, New Orleans, LA, 2009.
“Youth and Masculinity and the Shattering of Sight in Orhan Pamuk’s Snow,” in Essays Interpreting the Writings of Novelist Orhan Pamuk: The Turkish Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature. Edited by Nilgün Anadolu-Okur. Mellen Press, 2009.
“Going Where They Are: User-Centered Design and Delivery,” American Library Association Conference, Washington, D.C., in collaboration with Susan Blalock and Bonnie Bess Wood, 2007.
American Association of Museums, 2010 - Present
Modern Language Association, 2005 - Present
National Council of Teachers of English, 2019 - Present